Oh no, Strahd is dead…what now? Find out in this short adventure that’s pulled straight out of an 80’s movie, starring Strahd’s corpse…
It is not every day that something comes along and goes, “hey remember Weekend at Bernie’s?” and it’s not either, a) weirdly inappropriate, or b) somehow related to the political landscape of 2019. But here, with Weekend at Strahd’s you get a unique sort of adventure–a casual, raucous romp through the mist-haunted lands of Ravenloft, where one player gets to play Strahd’s Corpse and you just get to revel in movie references. This is definitely not the sort of thing for everyone, but if you like playing something that’s a little out there, check out Weekend at Strahd’s.
via the DM’s Guild
Experience this totally wicked two-hour adventure for 3-6 characters levels 5-10 from the fantabulous minds of Anthony Joyce and Oliver Clegg!
Whoa! You’ve just killed Strahd but his body remains?! How can this be?! Lead your party on a retro journey through Castle Ravenloft to collect five pieces of a powerful artifact known as the Pentaforce to summon a powerful entity that can put an end to Strahd’s reign once and for all!
Experience the rad music of the 1980’s as it guides you from room to room, confronting horrors like the Brunch Club, Ghost Hunters, thrilling zombies, Ricky Roll, the Loonies, Prom (Barovian Winter Fantasy ‘86), a flash-dance off with hags, aerobics with undead, Jeremy Krawfjord, Kris Purkens, and much more!
This 1980’s inspired PDF is professionally designed and illustrated by Gordon McAlpin. Inside you’ll find hyperlinks to each creature and their stat blocks on D&D Beyond accessible for free! This PDF also includes hyperlinks to a curated “Weekend at Strahd’s” playlist on Spotify so you can wow your players and relive the epic music of the 1980’s as you put an end to the reign of Strahd von Zarovich!
This adventure does not require players to have played Curse of Strahd, nor does it spoil anything in Curse of Strahd. This adventure is designed to play casually as a one shot in a tubular party atmosphere, it’s soooo bodacious.
P.S. One player plays as Strahd’s corpse…yes, you read that correctly…one lucky player gets to play the entire time as the corpse of Strahd! Oh, and the player that dies the most wins a crayon drawing of Frankenstein Ronald Reagan. Enjoy!